Gavit Final / Test Grade Calculator
Final Grade Calculator is currently in alpha and is missing many features that will be in the final version.
FGC will likely enter beta in the next few days while any major bugs are being fixed and features are being finalized. Thanks!
A tool designed to help you figure out what grade you need to get on your final in order to reach a certain grade, or to see how your test score will affect your grade.
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What do you want to find?
What is your 1st 9 week grade? %
What is your 2nd 9 week grade? %
What grade do you want to get? %
What did you get on your final? %
How much is your final worth? %
How much are the tests worth? %
What is your test average? * %
*You can put either the overall value (ex. 95%) or the weighed value (ex. 45% (out of a 50% weight))
How many tests did you take?
What's your lowest test grade? %
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The missing/invalid inputs have been highlighted in red. Please fix them and press "calculate" again.Back to Top
info_outline Note that letter grades are not as accurate as percentages, and can result in slight inaccuracies.
info_outline It looks like one or more of the inputs above may have a typo.
info_outline Your grade adjustment policy wasn't used as the grade needed is lower than your lowest test grade.
info_outline An additional 0.00% was added due to your grade adjustment policy.
info_outline Your grade adjustment policy wasn't used as it wasn't applicable here.
You'll need a ??.??% (??) in order to get a ??.??% (??) in your class.
Your overall grade in the class would be a ??.??% (??).
If you want to keep your current letter grade, you'll only need to get a ??.??% (??).
If you get a perfect score (100%) on your final, you'll end with a ??.??% (??).
You'll do just fine! [More Info]
Your current test grade is 0.00% (0.00% out of 0.00% weighted), before any adjustments.
After dropping your lowest test, your test average increased to 0.00% (0.00% weighted)
You'll get 0.00% back on your lowest test, increasing your test average by 0.00% (unweighted).
Overall, you'll get a 0.00% increase in your final/combined grade from test adjustments.
info I am still working on this application so let me know if you have any sugestions. Mr. Swisher!Back to Top